[klohzd-ang-guh l] /ˈkloʊzdˌæŋ gəl/
See under .
noun 1. something that is not known or cannot be understood; a mystery or puzzle: Abstract art is a closed book as far as I’m concerned. noun 1. something deemed unknown or incapable of being understood 2. a matter that has been finally concluded and admits of no further consideration
- Closed-box testing
noun See closed caption
[klohzd-kap-shuh nd] /ˈkloʊzdˈkæp ʃənd/ adjective 1. (of a television program) broadcast with captions, as for the hearing-impaired, that are visible only with the use of a decoder attached to the television set. adjective 1. (of a video recording) having subtitles which appear on screen only if the cassette is played through a special decoder